The Breathwork Revolution

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Welcome to the breathwork revolution my friend! The tools, the technology and the tribe in this community have the power to change your world. And when you change Your world, everyone around you benefits. We’re here to transform, to grow, and to create a better life for ourselves and for others, so in that spirit there’s two simple things I want you to do: 1. Drop a post and introduce yourself. Where are you from? What are your passions? And most importantly - what kind of life do you want to create? 2. Like, comment and support at least 3 other people in this community. We’re doing this together, which means showing up together.  Stay tuned and watch this space! Good things are coming. Life is a mental game guys! Once you are leveled up on the mental side you can kiss goodbye the cycles of self sabotage and limiting beliefs. This is where you get to become the designer of your own life. Master of your destiny. Get ready.



Noah Long
Mona Bitar
Annabelle Beydoun
Paul Kaman
Enrique Sanjose
New comment 8h ago
  • 4 likes • Jan 12

    Hi @Mark Bentley. Never heard of gene keys ambassador before and I already started to gather some information about it. Guess one never stops learning …

  • 2 likes • Jan 14

    @Christie Grace Callister thanks for sharing! It’s good to hear other people fighting against and winning over the beast TMJ! Great to connect

I'm curious where everyone is based in the world? I'm in Israel and was wondering if there are others from previous cohorts who are also here? I'd also love to know how people are bringing this work into their practices? Individual sessions, group sessions, online, face to face? I found myself getting overwhelmed at the possibilities and we aren't even there yet 😂



Michelle Voytko
Joyce Harris
Judith Villela
Enrique Sanjose
Annabelle Beydoun
New comment 16h ago
  • 1 like • Mar 21

    @Rare Massresha I once travelled to Ethiopia, mainly Tigrai area with its impressive churches like abunayemata. Danakil and erta ale was intense and I loved simien mountain. Will definitely go back there and hope for peace!

This is your entry point into a hyper-learning environment primed for maximum growth and transformation. You’ll find the tools, the techniques, and more than enough motivation to use breathwork to heal every part of your body and your life. The only thing I can’t do for you is breathe. What I can do is tell you to do this: - Do the 5 Day Breathwork Challenge - Sign up for a minimum of 1 deep dive Transformational Breathwork Journey/month - Do the Morning Breath Activation practice EVERY DAY - Hold each other accountable to show up as your best selves  - Support, motivate and inspire each other If we do the practices, if we commit to the shifts, if we build a strong community then we cannot fail to create a better world for ourselves and each other. Let’s get it! Brian



Mona Bitar
Marina Savic
Marc Assaraf
Enrique Sanjose
Annabelle Beydoun
New comment 17h ago
  • 14 likes • Jan 13

    Funny how easy and fast you can change simply by breathing and astonishing that this fact isn’t common knowledge. Thanks to @Brian Kelly’s mission this will certainly change! 🙏 👏

  • 0 likes • Feb 4

    @Cindy Emmersoncould you please help me find it? I wasn’t able to find it in the classroom tab…thanks!

Hi, some time ago I made myself familiar with lucid dreaming which is a hell of experience 🤩 Though l‘m able to get into this state frequently, I have longer phases in which I does not work out at all. Now that I have introduced Breathwork into my life realizing that it gets you in a meditative state quite easily, I ask myself whether someone can recommend a special Breathwork technique for easy entry into lucid state? Thank you!



Anders Peterson
Yara Randa
Monica Benedetto
Kevin Smith
Rym Marsit
New comment 7d ago
  • 5 likes • Mar 21

    Thanks for your input on this fascinating matter. Unfortunately, taking notes in the night will cause trouble with my wife 😅. But I’ll try take notes in the morning 👍

  • 2 likes • Mar 21

    @Isaac Coleman hey, well I have never tried synaptolepsis kirkii or any other stuff so far. Can’t imagine why you abandoned it. For me it’s just a great feeling to play around. No big goals but I want to practice some balancing techniques like improving my handstand and do some sport activities like diving and kiting. One thing I would like to try is learning a further foreign language.

I'm wondering who else out there might be a student of Dr.Joe? I have been doing his meditations daily for almost 2 years now and have been to 3 of his amazing events. Attending his events are what reminded me how powerful breathwork can be and inspired me to start following Brian & Breath Masters on Instagram. Brian's posts kind of blew me how they were so in alignment with the Dr.Joe work! The rest is history 😉 and I am currently in the January certification cohort. I'm very curious to know how you might be using or considering using Dr. Joe's work in your breath work coaching and vice-versa, as they are so very complementary.



Elka Wrolich
Cara Thompson
Paula Stockamp
Katy Green
Paulo Silva
New comment Mar 31
  • 1 like • Mar 22

    Hi, I never went to any live event of dr joe, but read books and made meditations. I’m currently thinking of going to Basel this November though I think it’s a bit pricy. This guy is incredible and opened the field of meditation for me. What can I say, I’m hardcore scientist (chemist) and love and admire the way he shows the science behind the magic of self healing.

I cannot get enough of this community and just want to post every day and communicate with all of you, all the time. :-) So I'll just continue to post my daydreams and questions here. I have heard Brian mention several times in several different places . . .a recommendation to do a journey once a week or once a month. But there's no mention of doing them TOO much. Is there a too much in your experience? I keep wanting to do them multiple times a week and just curious to hear your experiences. Ultimately I'll know when it's a yes and when it's a no, for myself. But currently I feel so addicted and want to do nothing but breathwork journeys all week long. :-D And part of me wonders if I'm overloading myself so I am curious to start a conversation on it with you all. Also . . watcha know about twitching? I've started to experience involuntary and somewhat uncontrollable twitching (mostly in my hips and legs) when I do journeys but also when I do meditations now. Essentially anything I have an intention of using for healing. I also experience this same twitching after orgasm which now I'm curious about because during the journey it feels like trauma release. Maybe it is after orgasm as well? A bit taboo perhaps but a journey feels pretty similar to epic and sacred sex to me. If anyone else wants to chime in on that, I'd love to hear that I'm not alone on this experience. I just assumed everyone else would feel that breathwork is as powerful as sex as well, but so far all the sharing I've done of breathwork with my friends and community - - while it is powerful, no one agrees that it's anything like sex. But to me that level of oneness reached in both is quite similar in essence. Anyone? Part of me doesn't want to post this as I'm new here and learning what is a welcome topic of conversation. :-D



Michelle Voytko
Timo Huber
Amber Fleming-Shon
Claire Cote
Paulo Silva
New comment Mar 17
  • 4 likes • Jan 19

    interesting and personal topics When it comes to breathwork, I’m a freshman but I understand why one can get an addiction to it. The peace and indescribable feeling of loosing the identity and merging into unity I can experience in the state of mediation afterwards has extreme powder for addiction. (However I wouldn’t personally compare it with post sex satisfaction…) Without scientific proof and deeper insight regarding Breathwork, I think EVERYTHING has a threshold point after which it isn’t beneficial anymore. As a chemist with phD in medicinal chemistry, I would like to refer to a saying of Paracelsus: „all things are poison and nothing is without poison, only the dose makes a thing not a poison“. Put in other words, I would not overdose anything including Breathwork…

A gift 💝 "The Breathwork Revolution: The breath, a revolution in its flow, a master of the mind and emotion. With every inhale, a chance to grow, and every exhale, a sweet devotion. The air, a conduit for healing grace, a hero in the battle for the soul. It expands the self, finds its place, and makes the heart and spirit whole. The breath, a link to all that's true, a connection to the universe. It brings the self into view, and opens paths that were once terse. The breath, a tool for transformation, a means to change and rearrange. It guides the mind in its formation, and helps you to engage. The breath, a key to inner peace, a guide to the path of light. It brings the mind to release, and brings the self to new heights. So let the breath be your guide, as you journey through this life. It will show the way inside, and bring you to the end with no strife. For the breath is the key to the soul, and the master of the mind and emotion. With every inhale, a chance to grow, and every exhale, a sweet devotion. So breathe, dear hero, breathe, and know, that with each breath, you're on the right path. For the breath is the key to the flow, and the guide to your journey's aftermath." - Noah Long I just want to mention how much I appreciate Brian Kelly for everything he is doing with this group, Breath Masters Academy, YogiLab, and everything else he's birthing into our world. Thank you for creating the Breath Masters Academy! I've just started my new Breathwork coaching business and would love to hear what everyone thinks! Here's a link to my new beta website:



Andréa Mosca
Noah Long
Han Alcantara
Jeanne Smith
Brenda Mundt
New comment Mar 8
  • 4 likes • Jan 16

    I like the poem and the artwork of your website too. Impressive and passionate. Very well done

OMG if you haven't done @Mona Bitar's inner child healing journey (it's here on this platform), I urge you to take that journey for deep healing of your child within. I'm not going to put any spoilers here just to say that it was the most emotionally powerful journey I've been on, probably because all or most of my trauma is related to my childhood. I feel Mona delivers some strong and potent medicine in this journey and recommend it to anyone here who's struggling to reconnect with themselves and for anyone who wishes to experience a different journey that integrates Brian's teaching into her own style of delivery. Way to go Mona 💗 and a deep and sincere thank you from the adult and child that I am ❤️



Mona Bitar
Anati Bloch
Roxana Linarte
Monica Benedetto
Cindy Emmerson
New comment Jan 19
  • 4 likes • Jan 17

    I haven’t done it due to time lag - yet. So the recording is highly appreciated and I’m excited about it given the above 🔝 reviews

As a follow up, this video is going to cover some supplemental material on isometrics. The 5 main points will include: - The Automatic Relaxation Response - CNS Fatigue - How Isometrics Activates and Strengthens the Fine Muscles of the Respiratory System - Does Isometrics Require Maximum Contraction? - Other Forms of Self-Resistance Bodywork



Bjorgvin Asgeirsson
Timo Huber
Rowena Connolly
Sharon Simmons
Michelle Voytko
New comment Jan 19

My profile pic was taken at 7:35am on the 10 October 2022. I have just finished swimming in the ocean after my morning meditation and it is day 10 in my BW journey. The day before I was struggling with the stress of work and the pull of alcohol was strong but a spontaneous activity to attend a fundraiser for youth suicide with my daughter jolted me out of my monkey mind and I was able to overcome the want to drink. In my profile pic I am feeling grateful for what I have achieved with BW and empowered to take on the day ahead 🙏.



Sana Siddiqui
Rowena Connolly
Monica Benedetto
Michelle Voytko
Elka Wrolich
New comment Jan 18
  • 4 likes • Jan 17

    Nice topic you brought up here! My picture was taken at the Tuolumne Grove Trail in Yosemite this summer. I love traveling and this trip had to be postponed two times due to covid. Running the loop in the morning at sunrise was magical and standing at the glacier point alone felt unreal (the road was closed the entire season and only very few people walked up the trail). My kids loved to swim in the Merced River and to jump into the water from a big rock right under El Capitan. We crossed the way of bears and had a really great time as a family and my childhood dream to see the giant sequoias came true. memories that make me 😊



Timo Huber
Soufiane Naftahi
Vanessa Naja
New comment Jan 17
  • 2 likes • Jan 17

    Thank you for sharing. It’s possible to live a life without music, but not for me 🎶

I wanted to share a big win for breathwork. A client I've been working with for 2 months now, doing consistent weekly journeys and daily morning activation exercises. He has struggled with epilepsy and asthma his entire life. He hadn't had a major seizure in a few months so I felt comfortable putting him through journeys, but he had still been relying on his inhaler as we began breathwork. He just had a full workup. The doctors say his asthma is dormant and his brain function is tip top. A inhaler is no longer prescribed and he is allowed to get a drivers license again. Obviously there are other mitigating factors that contributed in this improvement, improved diet, physical exercise. But breathwork has served a huge role. The power of this medicine blows my friggen mind!



Janina Klein
Vanessa Naja
Paula Billourou
Derek Udy
Samantha Schaub
New comment Jan 15
  • 5 likes • Jan 14

    @Cody Fisher thats a great story of success! Brings me to my question about the limits of Breathwork or when it it’s not recommended to implement intense sessions. I know it’s not safe to give advice without the knowledge of individual circumstance, but I would like to know what’s your personal impression gathered in practice dealing with many people. 1. Can you practice Breathwork sessions in case you struggle with depression or even in case of diagnosed bipolar disorder? I don’t mean when having an acute condition… 2. Is it recommended to make Breathwork sessions with children or a teenager hitting puberty?

  • 5 likes • Jan 14

    @Cody Fisher Thank you so much for your straight and almost overwhelming answer!! What a story of yours which gives real hope for those in need. I do have people around me I love and who struggle with these things and I wasn’t sure whether I should recommend them to participate in Breathwork. Thank you

Happy (almost) New Year breathwork revolutionaries! I just want you all to know how much I appreciate and adore the F out of each of you ❤️ Thank you for being such a big supporter of my work and being such an integral part of this mission we are now all on together 🔥 As a token of my gratitude, I decided to gift everyone access to The Purge Breathwork Journey from Dec 28 ❤️ Designed to be a mind blowing end of year deep dive - the ultimate reset. Enjoy! 🤯 Let this experience empower and activate each of you to show up and absolutely crush 2023! Boom!



Noah Long
Rowena Connolly
Angie Andersen
Michelle Voytko
Timo Huber
New comment Jan 11
  • 4 likes • Jan 11

    Brian. Thank you! For making me cry out of nothing to feel EVERYTHING

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Timo Huber
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Hi, I’m interested in any kind of sports activities, yoga, meditation as well as Breathwork lately ;-)

Active 5d ago
Joined Jan 8, 2023
Munich, Germany

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